Leaves of Grass Synopsis
A professor returns home where his twin brother has concocted a plan to take down a local drug lord.
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leaves of grass

By joshuawm
An excellent movie combining philosophy, petry, relgion, murder and mayhem....

Slow movie...

By Chowda
Ed Norton plays twin brothers... one a college professor and the other a pothead marijuana grower. Richard Dreyfus and Susan Sarandon also have bit parts. This movie was really slow until about an...

80% amazing

By djaysplace
Ed Norton was killer. The script was killer until the end. It was like a slow, gradual slope, then walking into a wall of climax. I'd reco it though....

Bold combination of drama and edgy comedy - brilliant

By Amicable
Ed Norton's performance as his own twin brother is unbelievable. He transforms himself each time he assumes the character of his pot-dealing, white trash alter-ego. For the first ten minutes it's...

Leaves of Grass & Q&A w/Edward Norton & Tim Blake Nelson

By MaryF11
There were many layers to this film that seemed ambitious for a comedy and, yet, the characters didn't seem to take themselves too seriously either, which made it comedic. It was more of a satire,...

Two Ed Nortons for the price of one

By switchfan88
I love to watch movies in which the actors are so immersed in their roles, that they become almost unrecognizable. To me, I forgot Brady's character in Leaves of Grass was Edward Norton. I think he...

Five Word Review

By caitiejo
Edward Norton is brilliant,...... again....

great. must go!

By tedisradnow
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Excellent!

By StarWarsLuvr
Edward Norton is amazing, as always! The plot, the pacing with the comedy and dramatic aspects of the movie is excellent! I have nothing more to say except, SEE THE MOVIE! :)...

Leaves of Grass

By ellenleeds
This movie is terrific. We loved it. Edward Norton does an incredible job of portraying both twins. The movie is funny, tender, wise. When you think you get it. the movie throws you a curve. The...

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Rated R | For violence, pervasive language, and drug content